One year – 4 anniversaries. 70 years after the North Atlantic Treaty was signed and NATO was founded, 20 years of Poland in NATO, 15 years of Poland in the European Union, and 10 years since the Eastern Partnership project was launched.
The 2019 edition of the Warsaw Security Forum will focus not only on commemorating important anniversaries for Poland and its allies – but it will also aim to draw the conclusions and envision the way forward. As experts and the representatives of the public administration, military, and international organisations will discuss the state of the European Union, NATO, and Eastern Partnership, we will shed the light on the issues that were holding participating states back and strive to find reliable solutions.
Organised by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation with strong support and cooperation with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland as the co-host of the conference, Warsaw Security Forum once again will gather more than 1200 participants, including over 100 leading speakers that will engage in more than 20 panel discussions and numerous side events, including roundtable discussions, executive dialogues, night owl sessions and networking events.
Below you can find a link to the impressions from the last edition of the Warsaw Security Forum:
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